Coding procedure for CCM Window Modification

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For the initial discussion of this modification using Vagproduct KVW100 see these threads:

http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=149207

Or this thread:

http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=148070


moondawg said:
SWEET! I was going to do the same on mine today.... guess I'll go do that. Same CCM part no.

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when working on 1j0 xxx xxx values posted on the net are different that the US CCM, in my case instead old value 8 at 04283 was 138 ($8A) I did the change anyway to 2 and then it works, the same with 04289; other values at 08628, 12724, 16820 and 20916 are exactly as posted on the net.
 
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ele28 said:
when working on 1j0 xxx xxx values posted on the net are different that the US CCM, in my case instead old value 8 at 04283 was 138 ($8A) I did the change anyway to 2 and then it works, the same with 04289; other values at 08628, 12724, 16820 and 20916 are exactly as posted on the net.
So, you changed it from $8A to $02, or to $2A?

I hit a roadblock... the demo version of the program (downloaded from the link in the other thread.. which is also in czech!) doesn't allow you to login to the module. OR, maybe there is some other problem, I couldn't decypher the czech!

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Well, I don't have the right cable but I do have the software. Please post an update when you have one guys!

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moondawg said:
So, you changed it from $8A to $02, or to $2A?

I hit a roadblock... the demo version of the program (downloaded from the link in the other thread.. which is also in czech!) doesn't allow you to login to the module. OR, maybe there is some other problem, I couldn't decypher the czech!

moondawg
moondawg, the values are below: all values used are decimal, the hex value can be used but $ sign has to be used in front. CCM 1j0 959 799AJ US

OLD NEW
04283 138 2
04289 138 2
08628 242 246
12724 250 254
16820 250 254
20916 242 246
 
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I can also confirm that this works.

BUT. BUT BUT BUT.

You could seriously screw up the software in your CCM doing this. You should NOT attempt this unless you absolutely know what you are doing.

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ele28 said:
moondawg, the values are below: all values used are decimal, the hex value can be used but $ sign has to be used in front. CCM 1j0 959 799AJ US

OLD NEW
04283 138 2
04289 138 2
08628 242 246
12724 250 254
16820 250 254
20916 242 246
Thank you sir!

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Jason,

When are you going to post the screen shots? And please list your CCM part number?

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The procedure is this:

-Place all the VDS files in a folder on the disk (there is enought space for VDS and Dos 6.22 on one disk. VDS does not need high memory)
-Boot the comptuer into real mode dos (win 9x command prompt only. dos 6.22, etc)
-Run the vag.bat file in the VDS folder
-Press ESC to cancel the autoconnect
-Connect your cable (it should not be connected before this)
-Connect to the CCM (enter 46)
-Login with code 19283 (function 11)
-Look up and write down your existing memory values (function 26)
-Change the values (function 27)
-Close the connection (function 06)
-Test that things work as they should!


The 'main' screen in VDS:



Making a session with the CCM:



CCM is open. Note the PN at the bottom of the screen. My 99.5 has the 1J0 959 799 AJ controller.



Logging in:



Reading the current memory blocks. You must do this for each location and write down what data is currently present, in case you screw up like I did initially and need to go back.



Location 0 is what will be changed:





Confirmation window:



Once again, I would like to stress the importance of writing down the original values, in case you mess up. Also, if the 'old' or 'original' numbers listed in this thread don't match what's in your CCM, you can still do this. What is important is the difference between the 'old' and 'new' value.

For example, in every 1C0 CCM I've done this with it was simply a matter of subtracting 8 from the values at 04361-04363. If I recall correctly, some of the values in my 99.5 were different, and again the important thing is the difference beween the 'old' and 'new' value. The exception are the first 2 addresses in the 1J0 CCMs, which get set to 2. But even if it doesn't work, you can always go back because you wrote down the original value, right ;)

I will not post a link to the VDS software as it's illegal. But, I will post a link to the config file... if you Google for vds-pro, the version that you can download does not have the right config file to enable DMA.

http://compu85.homeip.net/vds/VD_config.zip

Username: tdi
Password: idt

-Jason
 
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ele28 said:
moondawg, the values are below: all values used are decimal, the hex value can be used but $ sign has to be used in front. CCM 1j0 959 799AJ US

OLD NEW
04283 138 2
04289 138 2
08628 242 246
12724 250 254
16820 250 254
20916 242 246
Will these values work on a 799C module? If not, any idea where the correct values can be found?
 

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sootwagen said:
Will these values work on a 799C module? If not, any idea where the correct values can be found?
1J0 959 799 AH (any index) and 1J0 959 799 S 03B
Code:

Memory Address / old value / new value​
04283 / 8 / 2
04289 / 8 / 2
08628 / 242 / 246 driver side front window
12724 / 250 / 254 passenger side front window
16820 / 250 / 254 driver side rear window
20916 / 242 / 246 passenger side rear window


1J0 959 799 J 00E
Code:
Memory Address / old value / new value
04286 / 8 / 2
04291 / 8 / 2
04296 / 8 / 2
08628 / 242 / 246 driver side front window
12724 / 250 / 254 passenger side front window
16820 / 250 / 254 driver side rear window
20916 / 242 / 246 passenger side rear window

1C0 959 799 A (any index) and 1C0 959 799 B (any index) for Variant/Wagon
Code:
Memory Address / old value / new value
04361 / 75 / 67
04362 / 75 / 67
04363 / 75 / 67

1C0 959 799 A (any index) and 1C0 959 799 B (any index) for Limousine/Sedan
Code:
Memory Address / old value / new value
04361 / 74 / 66
04362 / 74 / 66
04363 / 74 / 66
 
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ele28 said:
1C0 959 799 A (any index) and 1C0 959 799 B (any index) for Variant/Wagon
Code:

Memory Address / old value / new value
04361 / 75 / 67
04362 / 75 / 67
04363 / 75 / 67
I used the above values and the windows now work with the remote. Now I just need to find the address to get the rear hatch to "pop."
 

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sootwagen said:
I used the above values and the windows now work with the remote. Now I just need to find the address to get the rear hatch to "pop."
Can you please post them when you figure out which memory block it is? I'll update Greg's post

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mickyTDI said:
Does VDS-Pro work with windows 98 and a vagcomUNI COM serial?
Micky,

I think the PC needs to boot in DOS and not though a dos window in Windows, hence the boot disk.

yes for the unicom serial cable.
 

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I used a uni-com cable booted into the dos mode of windows 95 (IE, shut down, restart in MSDOS mode). 98 should probably work too. You can't run it in a dos box in windows, having to go through windows screws up the protocol timing.

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mickyTDI said:
You mean use a windows 98 disk to boot? Ive tried a 98 disk and a boot disk and the dam computer keeps starting up normal.
There's a .zip file available on the Passat Forums post. It's the actual VDC-PRO boot disk image. Worked for me (to an extent...see below) ...I just had to hit F12 as my 600m was booting through BIOS to do the one-time boot option thing.

But the values didn't work for me.

I have a 1C0 959 799 C, as confirmed in a VAG-COM scan:

Address 46: Central Conv.
Part No: 1C0 959 799 C
The addresses that should work (04361 through 04363) all hold values of 202. Actually, the whole line is:

.. 0 .. 1 .. 2 .. 3 .. 4 .. 5 .. 6 .. 7 .. 8 .. 9
202 202 202 181 181 181 .. 2 .. 2 .. 2 .. 6

I looked at the other possible locations, and nothing else was similar to what's been posted.

Any suggestions?

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A stupid question, i came across the boot image and comes as a rar(or zip) Do you have to unzip or unrar it before burning to a disk?
 

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mickyTDI said:
A stupid question, i came across the boot image and comes as a rar(or zip) Do you have to unzip or unrar it before burning to a disk?
Yes. When you unzip it, the only content should be an ISO file. You can burn that to a CD with any burning program.

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mickyTDI said:
Done that and burned to CD, but for some reason my laptop still starts as normal.
You need to change the boot order in your computer's bios so that it boots from CD before booting from the hard drive.

Just after turning on your computer, press the F2 key. this should get you into the bios. I don't know the specific steps for your computer, but you need to move the CDROM drive to the front of the boot order.

If your computer doesn't have a serial port, it is a moot point. You must use a serial cable for this to work.

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moondawg said:
You need to change the boot order in your computer's bios so that it boots from CD before booting from the hard drive.

Just after turning on your computer, press the F2 key. this should get you into the bios. I don't know the specific steps for your computer, but you need to move the CDROM drive to the front of the boot order.

If your computer doesn't have a serial port, it is a moot point. You must use a serial cable for this to work.

moondawg
Yeah i did all that and made sure the cd drive was at the top but it still starts up normal.
 
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